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Vegas Ticket Seller Files for Chapter 11

Tix Corp. and its subsidiary, Tix4Tonight, have filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection in Nevada.

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The Coming Housing Bubble Burst

The coming housing bust.


Broker Tangles With Grizzly Bears

Real estate executive Ron Kassan is also a licensed fly-fishing guide in Alaska.

Delta Variant the ‘New Villain’ in L.A. County’s Recovery, Per LAEDC Report

The L.A. regional economy continued a slow recovery last month as spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant gave rise to concerns about further business restrictions.


Why business founders have decided to cash out rather than weather the pandemic storm.

Family-run firms and other small businesses are opting to sell rather than continue weathering the storm.

Kingsbarn to Seek Solid Investments

Vegas firm appoints vice president for the Valley region.

Kingsbarn Real Estate Capital, based in Las Vegas, owns capital funds and focuses on buying commercial real estate to provide structured investments to high-net-worth individuals, family trusts, foundations and institutional investors.


Robert Mehrabian will resume the role of chief executive at Teledyne Technologies Inc. upon the retirement of current head Al Pichelli on Oct. 15.

Family Lessons Prove Their Value in Pandemic

LIST: Portable toilet provider follows market to switch from concerts to COVID stations.

Portable toilet provider Andy Gump Temporary Site Services finds ways to adapt to a new market for sanitation stations.

When Will Your Workers Return?

The challenges of getting people back to work.

Delta Variant Cuts Attendance at Reagan Library

LIST: But donors and new programs keep foundation’s finances ‘very healthy.’

Donors, new programs keep finances ‘robust’ at Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute.

PS Business Parks Buys Texas Complex for $123 Million

PS Business Parks Inc. in Glendale has paid $123 million to purchase Port America, a 717,735-square-foot multi-tenant industrial complex near Dallas.

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Mixed Picture for Labor; Looks Murky Ahead

LIST: Employers adjust to pandemic while workers are ‘reexamining their options.’

Mixed picture for labor as employers adjust to pandemic, workers weigh options.

Market at the Top

Average Valley home prices rose in the pandemic, but luxury properties skyrocketed.

Valley home prices rose in the pandemic, but luxury properties skyrocketed.

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Housing Is a Basic Human Right

Los Angeles elected officials failing to provide adequate housing, says mayoral candidate Mel Wilson.

Cannabis Questions

PROFILE: Jacqueline Rosales tells how her market research firm focuses on marijuana and COVID.

An interview with Jacqueline Rosales, president of Van Nuys market research firm ISA Group.

NASA Rockets Made at Enlarged Aerojet Plant

Contractor holds ribbon cutting for $59 million project.

Ribbon cutting at Aerojet Rocketdyne factory brings out NASA and elected officials.

FAA Warns of Illegal Air Charters

Van Nuys event addresses ‘significant problem.’

Experts discuss the pitfalls of illegal charter operations.

Two New Banks Come to Valley

FINANCE: Market beckons to relationship-focused bankers.

Banks expand by opening branches in the Valley region.

On-the-Spot Seller

PROFILE: Bob Yallen at Inter/Media matches celebrities with brands for direct-response television campaigns.

An interview with Robert Yallen of direct response advertising firm Inter/Media Group of Cos. in Woodland Hills.

BYD Has Strategy to Turn School Buses Green

TRANSPORTATION: Company touts safety of electric vehicles.

Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD Co. Ltd. adds school buses to Lancaster production line.